Coronavirus Pandemic: Santa Cruz County Closes All Beaches, Parks; Surfing BannedSanta Cruz County's Health Officer issued a new order shutting down all parks and beaches, and in turn banning surfing, beginning midnight Tuesday due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Update: Sonoma County Extends Shelter-In-Place Order To May 3The shelter-in-place order for Sonoma County residents will be extended through May 3, the county's public health officer announced Tuesday. Most Bay Area counties announced a similar extension on Tuesday.
Coronavirus Update: Santa Rosa Police Detective Dies From COVID-19 ComplicationsA Santa Rosa Police Department detective has died from health complications after contracting COVID-19, the department announced Tuesday.
San Francisco SRO Hotels To Be Inspected To Ensure Compliance With Public Health OrderHealth inspectors with the San Francisco Dept. of Public Health are conducting inspections of single room occupancy hotels to ensure that SRO building owners and managers are complying with city mandates amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Employee At San Jose Safeway Store Tests Positive For COVID-19; Store Remains OpenAn employee at the Safeway store at 179 Branham Lane in San Jose has tested positive for COVID-19, store officials said Monday. The individual is currently receiving medical care and hasn't worked in the store since March 24.
Landlords Face Ethics Of Public Safety Vs. Personal Privacy When Tenants Test Positive For CoronavirusDo tenants have the right to know if someone in their building tested positive? Can landlords demand an infected person to tell them?
San Jose City Manager Expects County COVID-19 Death Toll to Approach 2,000 in 'Best Case' ScenarioTwo thousand people are estimated to die from COVID-19 in the next 12 weeks in Santa Clara county alone in what the San Jose city manager called the best case scenario.
Stanford Health Expert: Hospitalization Figures, Not Positive Cases, Best Indicator Of COVID-19Santa Clara County may have seen its largest single-day increase in positive COVID-19 cases, but one Bay Area doctor said Wednesday the number that gives a better sense of what is happening with the pandemic are the hospitalizations.
Coronavirus Pandemic: San Francisco Emergency Officials Say Bay Area Just Days Behind New YorkA source who works at the San Francisco Emergency Management Dept. tells KPIX 5 officials they believe the Bay Area is 5 to 10 days behind New York, and that this week will be crucial toward determining whether it will be different here.
Coronavirus Update: 1st San Francisco Resident Dies From COVID-19The City and County of San Francisco on Tuesday announced the first death of a resident who contracted COVID-19. The man who died was in his 40s and had "multiple, significant underlying health conditions," officials said.
San Jose FoodMaxx Store Temporarily Closed After Employee Dies From CoronavirusA FoodMaxx grocery store in San Jose is temporarily closed following the death of an employee who contracted COVID-19, store officials said Monday.
Coronavirus Healthcare: San Francisco Hires 82 Nurses, Procures 1 Million N-95 MasksSan Francisco has hired 82 qualified nurses and will receive one million N95 personal protective masks from the state of California in an effort to strengthen the city's medical response against the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Update: San Francisco Sheriff's Deputy Tests Positive For COVID-19A San Francisco sheriff's deputy assigned to a county jail has tested positive for COVID-19, the sheriff's department said Sunday.
Coronavirus Update: Milpitas Crossing Guard Tests Positive For COVID-19A crossing guard in Milpitas has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, the city announced Sunday.
Coronavirus Update: Santa Clara County Reports 2 Deaths, 39 New COVID-19 CasesThe Santa Clara County Public Health Department announced two new deaths from COVID-19, bringing the total number to 10 in the Bay Area county hardest hit by the coronavirus so far.